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Old 01-11-2007, 05:42 PM
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How long you had that GPW?
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awesome! i love old photos , your 69 ford is mint
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Old 01-11-2007, 05:47 PM
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my GPW was used on the Alaska hyway during WWII.
After the war , vehicles were abandoned in large groups out in the bush.
Some guy found it up there in the early '60s & my grandfather bought it as his daily driver in the mid '60s.
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Really great pic's!!!

Were u at turtle bay for prawn night a few weeks ago?sitt'n with Milo?

Some nice vehicles you've had there,thanks
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nice ol truks
did you lift them?
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Old 01-11-2007, 06:04 PM
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my GPW was used on the Alaska pipeline during WWII.
After the war , vehicles were abandoned in large groups out in the bush.
Some guy found it up there in the early '60s & my grandfather bought it as his daily driver in the mid '60s.

wow i could only dream of finding something like that in the bush and taking it home, nice find
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Old 01-11-2007, 06:11 PM
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nice pics guys..... keep this thread rollin
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Old 01-11-2007, 06:35 PM
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this is a very interesting thread
some nice old vehicles
thats crazy i never even knew that that chalet was there back then
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chalet was built in 1969
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Old 01-11-2007, 07:49 PM
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Awesome thread guys I will have to go search around at the old mans house I should be able to find a bunch of stuff from the 70s and 80s with my old man in his 42 Willys MB and his buddy in a M38
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chalet was built in 1969
Wow! I had no idea the chalet was that old, as old as me!

And cool pics of your 4x4's! I don't have any old pics, will have to ask my Dad if he has some he can send down for me.
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nices rides like the thread keep it going, Ill take a look at my old mans house for a few picks.
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great pics guys. truckstuff thats a nice jimmy. what did you do with it?
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my GPW was used on the Alaska pipeline during WWII.
After the war , vehicles were abandoned in large groups out in the bush.
Some guy found it up there in the early '60s & my grandfather bought it as his daily driver in the mid '60s.
That is nothing short of fuckin awesome
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wow awesome thread....guy up here has a bunch of old landrovers, some from the pipeline, huge winches front and rear....gotta see if I can find his place again and get some pictures.
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